Soil finds from the late Middle Ages are the subject of this painting. Eye-catching is the bucket in which a wooden spoon is placed. The red inside of the bucket creates a warm accent against the soft green background. The soft green is reflected in the bronze grape whose skin is masterfully captured (photo 3). The stone bowl and the nuts create the balance in the whole. A beautiful, complete scene and a painting that, including the frame, is in excellent condition. The painting is accompanied by a handwritten certificate of authenticity by the artist and a resume.
Please note: Due to the optical distortion of the lens of the camera, the painting appears to have been placed skewed in the frame. In reality this is not the case.
The realistic still lifes of Leo Pors (Rotterdam, 1952) find their way all over the world. His work is sold by renowned galleries in England, but also Lithuania, Italy, Portugal, Germany and other European countries have collectors own his work. His paintings are featured in various company collections. His work has also been bought by private collectors in Hong Kong, Taiwan, the USA and Australia. In the USA, the collection of the Ende Museum (Pennsylvania) includes several works by this painter.
Photos of his paintings were also included in the art magazines Tableau, VIND and Collect.
In the June issue of the art magazine VIND, there is a 6-page article and with photographs, about the work of this artist.
Recently, the exhibition "Bedrieglijk echt" was held in the Gorcums museum, in which the work of the painter is on display.
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- Putemmertje, bronzen grape en stenen kom
- Leo Pors (1952)
- Huile sur panneau
- Signé à la main
- Vendu avec cadre
- En très bon état
- Taille de l’image
- 40×60 cm
- 5 kg